Enrollment Information & Procedures
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IMPORTANT ENROLLMENT INFORMATION
You may enroll in up to 9 credit hours at Western before you submit your official high school transcript, official college transcripts and official testing (ACT, SAT, COMPASS) as long as you do not plan to enroll in any English, math or science courses.
If you should ever exceed 9 credit hours or need to enroll in an English, math or science, you will be required to have all official documents (including testing) on file in the Admissions Office at Western before you can enroll again or receive a transcript.
When you submit ACT or SAT scores, you will need to meet or exceed the required scores to clear your high school curricular deficiencies. (See college catalog for details.) If you do not meet or exceed those required scores, you would be required to take appropriate COMPASS testing and enroll in the required developmental course/s at that time.
Developmental coursework must be completed within the first 24 attempted hours of college work.
There are 3 ways to obtain a transcript from Western:
Transcripts are FREE unless overnight delivery is requested.
Military requesting transcripts from Joint Service Transcript (JST).
Regular Hours .........................Monday through Friday from 7:30 am to 5:00 pm
Summer Hours...(June & July)......Monday through Thursday from 7:00 am to 5:30 pm
Western Oklahoma State College has an "open-door policy" that provides easy access to educational opportunity. This means that while students are required to take the ACT and/or COMPASS test, there is no minimum score required for admission. Admission requirements to WOSC are established by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education.
Admission of Transfer Students from a State Institution
Any undergraduate student with greater than six attempted credit hours, excluding remedial (0-level
courses or pre-college work) and excluding credit hours accumulated by concurrently enrolled high
school students is considered a transfer student.
An Oklahoma state system student who wishes to transfer from another state system institution may
do so under the following conditions:
Admission of Transfer Students from Out-of-State
Undergraduate students wishing to transfer from an out-of-state college or university to an institution
in the state system may do so by meeting the entrance requirements of the receiving institution as
outlined in the admission policy and by the following:
- ADMISSIONS -
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